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PostPosted: Mon Jun 02, 2003 12:59 pm
by chen
:roll: Is Keats a pessimistic poet ,or a optimistic one?

PostPosted: Mon Jun 09, 2003 9:47 pm
by Endymion
Keats was human, he had times of joy and elation, and also depresesion and personal trauma, and his writing was a vehicle for his emotions.

I really don't think that you'll get a clear cut answer to this question.

It's more down to your interpretation : it is what you think it is.

the optimistic chamber f John Keats

PostPosted: Wed Jun 11, 2003 10:37 pm
by Jamiano
I believe John Keats soared to the peaks of optimism during the creative

moments of his spirited art.He reached a summit of delight in

"The Eve of St. Agnes"

The entire XXXVIth chapter is a gem.

"Beyond a mortal man impassion'd far"

John Keats

PostPosted: Wed Jul 16, 2003 7:28 am
by JulyMoonrise
Well, I think that in a purely human fashion, he was both. Some of his poems seem to fluctuate rapidly and erratically between emotion extremes.

PostPosted: Wed Jul 16, 2003 12:12 pm
by slyvie
8) personally, I think Keats is more optimistic than pessmistic

A person who belive in beauty cannot be much depressed.

" Truth is beauty ,beauty truth"